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With a nickname like “The Gateway to Leisure Living”, it is no wonder why the tiny village of Lawrenceville attracts hordes of visitors each year in search for soulful small town charm and beautiful lakefront relaxation. Lawrenceville doubles as a commuter town as it is less than 40 miles from downtown Atlanta, and only 15 from Alpharetta.

When you search for an RV in Cumming, Georgia you are opening yourself up to an amazing experience that you will not soon forget. The lovely town by the lake is the perfect place to visit throughout the year, especially in summertime with so many outdoor recreation activities to try. Summer also brings the incredible Fourth of July celebrations, fireworks, and parades that the town is known for. Autumn is spectacular too, between the fiery foliage changing colors and the Cumming Country Fair & Festival in October. Pepper in a little bit of history and the small town of Cumming provides you with an incredibly well-rounded vacation getaway.

The Great Outdoors

Georgia is a wonderful place to consider visiting if you love the great outdoors. There are very few parks within the physical borders of Cumming, but venture out in your Cumming camper rental and you will stumble upon countless parks, forests, lakes, waterfalls, and mountains that are perfect for recreation and camping. Haw Creek Park is south of town a few miles and has a playground and some multi-use trails surrounded by woodlands. Sawnee Mountain Preserve covers 963 acres of wonderful land on and around Sawnee Mountain, providing excellent views of town and the surrounding areas. The Buford Dam and the Buford Dam Park are both great places to take a day trip and enjoy the sandy beaches that line the nearby lake. Here you can enjoy views of the massive Lake Lanier and enjoy the many basketball and volleyball courts, swimming coves, boat ramps, and fishing areas. Speaking of Lake Lanier, this important lake draws 7.5 million visitors a year and is considered one of the most popular attractions for city folk in Atlanta as well as visitors from around the country. Nestled in the forested foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this aqua blue lake has nearly 690 miles of inviting coastal beaches that you can lay back and enjoy. At Bald Ridge Creek Public Use Area, you can kayak, canoe, or camp along the serene waters of Lake Lanier. Don Carter State Park is popular too, but sits on the far side of the lake from Cumming. This park is more than worth a drive in your Cumming motorhome rental when you’re ready to see more of the area. Hiking, boating, fishing, biking, and many other activities are possible at Georgia’s newest state park that lies on the banks of the Chattahoochee River.

If you want to cover a wider area when you explore the great outdoors in Georgia, take your Cumming motorhome rental south to Oconee National Forest between Macon and Athens. Oconee has two major man-made lakes including Lake Sinclair, a major recreation site for the people of Georgia. Chattahoochee National Forest is the largest in the state coming in at over 750,000 acres of unbelievable mountain forests and heavenly waterfalls trickling down from high above. With over 2,000 miles of waterways and 450 miles of trail, hiking and kayaking are fantastic options for getting around the park when you rent an RV in Cumming and make the trip up north.

City Sightseeing

For a small town, Cumming, GA has a surprising number of interesting things to do. The Cumming Fairgrounds hold many events in addition to the Cumming Country Fair & Festival, like rodeos, car shows, concerts, and races. Cumming is also full of beautiful architectural gems, like the newly-built town hall that reflects the style of the past, or the Brannon-Heard House that was built in 1905 and served as the Brannon Hotel for years. The Cumming Playhouse holds lots of stage productions for you to soak up some culture and support the local arts. The Playhouse was built in 1923 and is yet another historical site that the town proudly shares. The Cumming Aquatic Center is great for families and children and boasts lots of pools, slides, and other fun features designed to entertain. Don’t forget to check out the Veterans War Memorial that honors the sons and daughters of Forsyth County who served and died in wars on both American and foreign soil. If that is not enough for you, Atlanta is less than an hour away when you take a drive in your Cumming camper rental and see the many things that make the city great.

RV Parks

Cumming and Lake Lanier were practically designed with camping and recreation in mind, so you will easily find a place to park your Cumming motorhome rental. Twin Lakes RV Park is a family- owned campground with two nearby fishing ponds and a whole host of amenities to accommodate you. “Come for a day, stay for a month” is their motto and you will see why when you stay on their gorgeous 50-acre park property. Bald Ridge Creek Public Use Area, Shady Grove Campground, and Sawnee Campground all line the majestic Lake Lanier in different spots, along with countless others, and provide you with ample space to relax and unwind when you rent an RV in Cumming. These government-run parks are peaceful and inexpensive so you can relax without worrying about the vacation budget.

RV Rentals in Cumming, GA

Cumming, GA is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Cumming. Outdoorsy's Cumming RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to Cumming are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park, Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area, Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area, and Pisgah National Forest.

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